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Your friend likes this girl but so does this other boy what should your friend do?


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2010-01-04 22:02:41
2010-01-04 22:02:41

your friend should eliminate the opposition wink,wink

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Well I am a girl, and if you like a girl and you know that she likes you then, have your friend ask her out for you.

you shouldn't be scared it depends if you like her and if she likes him but really you have to talk to your friend

well if that happens i would get in vole with it i would try to get him to like her not the other girl. Your friend jajaross

beat the crap out of him or you should attempt to show how much better you are compared to the firned, if you feel you don't want to lose the firendship simply try to become more involed with the other individual with out your friend. Prove to the girl that your the better man and if hes your friend and she likes you, he should understand

It depends, do you like the other girl who likes you? if so, ask HER out. If not, then just ask out the girl you like.

if your friend is a boy: say ok...who likes me if your friend is a girl: ask her if it's her

well neither of you should. If someone does get to be with her then the other will have resentment towards the other and quite possibly ruin your friendship. ask her which one she likes more.

You should think about whether the girl or your friend is more important. Try talking to your friend feel about it and then make your decision.

The girl that likes the guy should tell her friend that he likes her. And if her friend ends up liking him back, you must be the good person and let them get together even if you like the boy. That's what a good friend would do. -But ! If your friend doesn't end up liking the guy back, then you should.. tell the guy that she doesn't like him and also tell him that you have feelings for him. Maybe he will end up liking you. Who knows. ? (:

You should ask him if he likes the other girl. If he does then maybe you shouldn't go out with him anymore if he likes another girl. Or you should figure out what the HUG was all about. And also what the other person said above.

It depends if the other girl likes him too if he likes you and the other girl and the other girl likes him back then you should let him decide who he likes best and maybe it will be you, and if not he most likely will ask you out next. if the other girl doesnt like him back just make sure he knows u like him, and that he doesnt think the other girl likes him. Hope this helps!!!

get a friend to ask but it should be someone that talks to both you and the girl

Talk with her or ask her out and then you will find out by her response.

no because that's wrong and that will turn in to trouble when the other girl finds out

Ask the girl that she likes you or your friend

I think you should depend it on how your relationship is in the friend zone with them. Which is nicer for example...

Nothing. You can't make someone like you. Either he wants to be with her or he doesn't. She'll just have to wait and see or move on.

ok, I'm a girl and if he's talking to the girls friend he's making a BIG mistake because the girl, especially if she likes him back will think your not interested in her and interested in the friend. he should feel comfortable when he talks to the girl he likes and let her know how he feels cause he's making things worse not talking to her

fight to the death!! Ok I have more then one answer for this You can wait until your friend stops liking that girl so then you can go for her and ask her out. If you are to impatinet and your frined still likes that girl after a while you should find out who the girl likes more if it is you she likes more then maybe you can talk to you friend and ask if that would be ok if you went out with her. BUT you should NEVER let girls ruin your friendship with you guy friends.

Maybe you should just wait it out and see if he seems to start showing more interst in you than the other girl that he likes.

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